Dates & Times: Friday 8 June 7.00pm-9.00pm - an introductory talk to the retreat
Sat-Mon 9-11 June 9.00am-6.00pm - retreat
Venue: Vajrayana Institute, 9 Victoria Square Ashfield
Vipassana meditation is a type of meditation where one does not create anything but rather, observes what is there. It uses awareness-mindfulness, instead of concepts, for the sake of DISCOVERING the mind. The purpose of the retreat is to generate a basic understanding of the Dharma through personal experience. They lead us to abandon the craving that is the source of suffering and to find the contentment that stops dissatisfaction.
About the Teacher
Ven Antonio Satta was born in Italy in 1956. He was first introduced to Tibetan Buddhism in Italy and took ordination in 1979 after meeting Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche. He has been concentrating on leading Vipassana and basic Mahamudra retreats in Australia, New Zealand, Italy and India as a way to introduce students to the practice of meditation.
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